Size4Me pictures compared with KF and MR

Amy7707

Active member
I got a S4M at Target so here are some comparison pictures. It is replacing a MyRide because it takes up less front to back room.

Recline 3 for RF:
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Recline 2 for FF:
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Recline 1 for FF:
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It takes up less front to back room than the KeyFit 30. Here are some comparison pictures (the canopy on the KF is kind of deceiving):
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KF30 installed:
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S4M installed (front seat in same position):
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MyRide installed (front seat in same position):
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Other S4M pics:
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The headrest of the S4M puzzles nicely with the vehicle headrests (in both our 2011 Tahoe and 2006 Saab 9-3) without actually touching the headrest:
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Huge gap near the seat bight:
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My backseat now:
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I can get pictures comparing the seat to the others I have if anyone needs any (I have 2 RN XTSL, MR, KF30, 2 S4M and a Avenue).
 
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Spam

New member
I really want one too, no bbb close enough to me and none at our target :( So... i'm still waiting lol
 

NannyMom

New member
Amy7707 said:
It is the recline block from combi. I got it when I was trying a cco.

I'm confused. Are you using it for this seat too, or it was just there for the pic?
 

safeinthecar

Moderator - CPS Technician
NannyMom said:
I'm confused. Are you using it for this seat too, or it was just there for the pic?

The combo recline block is just a squared off pool noodle type thing. I wouldn't be perfectly comfortable using it for another seat.
 

Amy7707

Active member
NannyMom said:
I'm confused. Are you using it for this seat too, or it was just there for the pic?

I am using it for the s4m. I was going to cut a noodle in half and figured the block would be sufficient. Why wouldn't you use it with this seat? It is just foam like a noodle...should I use a towel instead?
 

LISmama810

Admin - CPS Technician
safeinthecar said:
The combo recline block is just a squared off pool noodle type thing. I wouldn't be perfectly comfortable using it for another seat.

Do you mean you would be, or wouldn't be? The first part makes it sound like you would be comfortable, but then you say wouldn't, so I'm not sure if that's a typo. :p
 

NannyMom

New member
Amy7707 said:
I am using it for the s4m. I was going to cut a noodle in half and figured the block would be sufficient. Why wouldn't you use it with this seat? It is just foam like a noodle...should I use a towel instead?

Sorry, I've still never seen the block in person so I forget it's essentially a noodle.
 

Amy7707

Active member
NannyMom said:
Sorry, I've still never seen the block in person so I forget it's essentially a noodle.

Ah, ok. You had me worried that I shouldn't use it! Thanks for the clarification.
 

safeinthecar

Moderator - CPS Technician
Do you mean you would be, or wouldn't be? The first part makes it sound like you would be comfortable, but then you say wouldn't, so I'm not sure if that's a typo. :p

Sorry, 70 million kids were bugging me while I was trying to type that. I WOULD be completely comfortable with it. I was actually wishing I had one while installing a EFTA on the plus one seat in my Oddy a little bit ago. It would have worked much easier than the little neck pillow I used.
 

Amy7707

Active member
safeinthecar said:
Sorry, 70 million kids were bugging me while I was trying to type that. I WOULD be completely comfortable with it. I was actually wishing I had one while installing a EFTA on the plus one seat in my Oddy a little bit ago. It would have worked much easier than the little neck pillow I used.

Thanks! It is a handy little piece of foam :)
 

lovemybabybug

New member
Can you take pix next to the MR so I can see how wide they are next to each other? Also does it puzzle well with the radian? I know the MR does but it still too wide for my car.
 

Amy7707

Active member
lovemybabybug said:
Can you take pix next to the MR so I can see how wide they are next to each other? Also does it puzzle well with the radian? I know the MR does but it still too wide for my car.

I can take those pics for you...probably later this week if that's ok? The s4m puzzles well with the radian. The side goes right over the radian. I know I took a pic of that but I think it is still on my camera. I'll post it tonight for you.
 

Amy7707

Active member
Here it is puzzled with a RN XTSL with angle adjuster (although the angle adjuster is completely crushed so it isn't adjusting the angle that much). Both are seatbelt installs.

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I'll get the other pictures comparing it to the MyRide tomorrow when it isn't raining out.
 

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